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  1. in stitches

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    I only said that to make you :angry: .

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    Temptation burns hot. Thanks, Moss.
     


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    I really really really wish the lapels were wider on that SC. I'd be all over it.
     


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    I wish it were double vented.
     
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    I'm saved! No 40S!
     


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    don't we all
     


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    embrace the long, slimming lines of the 2.5-inch lapel!
     


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    Clearly not an English professor... :)
     


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    An English professor? I believe that's true. A professor of English language? Perhaps not . . .
     


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    Señor Crust, I contemplated that very distinction, but concluded that brevity is the soul of wit. Perhaps erroneously...
     


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    The irony is that I am frequently chastised for my grammatical pedantry. Clearly my past subjunctive and past indicative discrimination needs work.
     


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    With regard to your previous comment as to the fit of the Fitzgerald, I have a similarly cut gun club check from BB, a Fitzgerald, and the waist suppression was almost non-existent - cut very straight up and down. It took some tailoring by my alterations tailor to give my jacket some shape, and even now it's a little boxy.
     


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